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Batman and Robin Vs The Rolling Stones

 (Everything in this post was generated by AI.)

 Batman and Robin were patrolling the streets of Gotham City when they received a call from Commissioner Gordon.

"Batman, Robin, we've just received a tip that the Rolling Stones are planning to rob the Gotham City Bank. You need to stop them before they can get away with the money!"

Batman and Robin quickly made their way to the bank, where they found the Rolling Stones trying to break into the vault.

"Stop right there!" shouted Batman, as he and Robin emerged from the shadows.


Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, Ronnie Wood, and Bill Wyman turned to face the Dynamic Duo, looking surprised and caught off guard.

"What's the meaning of this?" demanded Jagger.

"You're under arrest for attempted robbery," said Batman, as he and Robin moved closer.

But the Rolling Stones weren't about to give up without a fight. They pulled out their guitars, and began to play a loud and aggressive rock and roll riff.

Batman and Robin were momentarily taken aback by the sheer volume and intensity of the music, but they quickly regained their composure and sprang into action.

As the Rolling Stones continued to play their music, Batman and Robin engaged in a fierce battle, dodging punches and swinging their batons. The Rolling Stones used their guitars as weapons, smashing them against walls and even against Batman's armor.

But in the end, the Dynamic Duo prevailed. They managed to disarm the Rolling Stones, and took them into custody.

"You boys are going to pay for this," said Robin, as he handcuffed them.

"We may have lost this round," said Jagger, as he was led away. "But we'll be back. Rock and roll will never die!"

And with that, the Rolling Stones were taken away to face justice, while Batman and Robin returned to their never-ending battle against crime in Gotham City.


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